Art 3 Quiz for Unit V

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Art 3 Quiz for Unit V


Respond to each question in sequence,
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correct
ANSWER

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Art 3 Quiz for Unit V


QUESTION 1: Formalist and "Romanticist" tendencies continue
from the 19th century into the 20th. In which camp would Kirchner
fit?


The formalist


The Romanticist


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ANSWER:

Formalist and "Romanticist" tendencies continue from
the 19th century into the 20th. In which camp would Kirchner fit?


The formalist


The Romanticist. Kirchner's use of intense, clashing colors and

his distorted, richly painted figurres are more in keeping with

Romanticism.



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QUESTION 2: Which of the following statements about these works
is/are correct?


They represent Expressionism and Surrealism


One is realistic in subject matter; the other evokes dream imagery


One pokes fun at contemporary society; the other demonstrates
the artist's interest in a balanced universe


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ANSWER:

Which of the following statements about these works
is/are correct?


They represent Expressionism and Surrealism


One is realistic in subject matter; the other evokes dream imagery


One pokes fun at contemporary society; the other demonstrates
the artist's interest in a balanced universe


The left work by Oldenburg
is a Pop Art spoof of
American food habits; the
right is Mondrian's painted
equivalent of the "universe as
a harmony of oppposing
forces."

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QUESTION 3: Expressionist Jackson Pollock said he made "hand
colored images from the subconscious" and depicted the three
cardinal images of life, "blood, excrement and putrefaction."


True


False


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ANSWER:

Expressionist Jackson Pollock said he made "hand
colored images from the subconscious" and depicted the three
cardinal images of life, "blood, excrement and putrefaction."


True


False. Although Pollock is an Expressionist who was interested
in the subconscious mind and in suggesting the actual process of
painting, he was NOT the man quoted in the question. Rather, the
quotes are from the Surrealist artist, Salvador Dali.


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QUESTION

4: Match the names on the left with the quotes on the
right.


Mies van der Rohe


"A home should grace, not






disgrace its environment"


Le Corbusier



"a house is a "machine for living"



Antonio Gaudi



"less is more"



Frank Lloyd Wright


"originality is a return to the






origins"





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ANSWER:

Match the names on the left with the quotes on the right.


Mies van der Rohe


"less is more"



Le Corbusier



"a house is a "machine for living"



Antonio Gaudi




"originality is a return to the






origins"



Frank Lloyd Wright


"A home should grace, not






disgrace its environment"






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QUESTION 5: The Constructivist sculptors:


Shared with Henry Moore a love of natural materials


Desired most to suggest dynamic action in their work


Wished to incorporate time and space in sculpture


Preferred modern media like plastics

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ANSWER:

The Constructivist sculptors:


Shared with Henry Moore a love of natural materials


Desired most to suggest dynamic action in their work


Wished to incorporate time and space in sculpture


Preferred modern media like plastics

Constructivists like Naum Gabo much
preferred modern materials to the old
fashioned use of natural stone or wood.

Their aim was to incorporate the two
essential features of life, time and space.
They achieved that end using geometric
facets, empty space, and occasion kinetic

(moving) parts in their art.

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QUESTION 6: Both of these works were by Pablo Picasso and both
are in variants of Cubism. Which one was done earlier in his career?

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ANSWER:

Both of these works were by Pablo Picasso and both are
in variants of Cubism. Which one was done earlier in his career?

Portrait of Vollard is an Analytical Cubist work; The Three Musicians

An example of Synthetic Cubism. Synthetic Cubism was developed

after Analytical.

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QUESTION 7: Though the appearance of their work differs greatly,
Gaudi and Wright share an enthusiasm for organic considerations in
their designs and for the medium of reinforced concrete.


True


False


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ANSWER:

Though the appearance of their work differs greatly,
Gaudi and Wright share an enthusiasm for organic considerations in
their designs and for the medium of reinforced concrete.


True


False


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QUESTION 8: The Fauve, Georges Rouault, typifies the style with
his brightly colored, cheerful paintings.


True


False


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ANSWER:

The Fauve, Georges Rouault, typifies the style with his
brightly colored, cheerful paintings.


True


False. Rouault's work is the exception to the general rules of the
Fauve style. He tends to paint works with dark lines separating
his colors and the mood of his paintings is often dark as well.


Rouault's Head of Christ

is a typical work of the
artist.

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QUESTION 9: This sculpture:


Is Constructivist is style


Is Futurist in style


Shows a preoccupation with speed


Was created by an Italian artist whose art

movement glorified war

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ANSWER:

This sculpture:


Is Constructivist is style


Is Futurist in style


Shows a preoccupation with speed


Was created by an Italian artist whose art

movement glorified war.


Boccioni's Unique Forms of Continuity in Space

is a work of the Futurist movement, whose

Manifesto indicated its god was speed and war was

a cleansing of society.

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QUESTION 10: One predecessor of Surrealism was a retired
customs officer who used stuffed animals for models.Which of the
paintings below did he create?

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ANSWER:

One predecessor of Surrealism was a retired customs
officer who used stuffed animals for models.Which of the paintings
below did he create?

Rousseau's The Dream

exhibits a doll
-
like "nude"

and various fantastic

looking animals.

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QUESTION 11: Buckminster Fuller was a mathematician and
inventor who developed the geodesic dome.


True


False


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ANSWER:

Buckminster Fuller was a mathematician and inventor
who developed the geodesic dome.


True. Fuller was one of the great thinkers of the 20th century:

a great mathematician, inventor, philosopher of the age, and the

sole developer of the geodesic dome.


False


Fuller's American Pavillion at Expo '67

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QUESTION 12: Which of the sculptures below would NOT best be
described as "bimorphic?"

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ANSWER:

Which of the sculptures below would NOT best be
described as "bimorphic?"

Lipchitz's Sailor with a Guitar is an Analytical Cubist

work, whereas Arp's Head with Three Annoying

Objects and Moore's Reclining Figure are in a more

bimorphic or organic style.

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QUESTION 13: What is the name of the style that utilized modern
commercial culture as the source of its imagery?


Constructivism


Cubism


Realism


Pop


Futurism

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ANSWER:

What is the name of the style that utilized modern
commercial culture as the source of its imagery?


Constructivism


Cubism


Realism


Pop. The Pop artists focused on popular commercial food
products, comic strip imagery, movie stars and the like for their
art.


Futurism

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QUESTION 14: Match the artists' names (left) with the descriptions:


Vlaminck

his art wasn't peaceful or pure


Kandinsky

large scale comic book images


De Kooning

musical, bright abstractions


Ernst


painted "from his heart and loins"


Magritte


Cubist works in primary colors


Leger


worked automatically, from his subconscious


Lichtenstein

images that show "the world is a defiance of




common sense"

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ANSWER:

Match the artists' names (left) with the descriptions:


Vlaminck

painted "from his heart and loins"


Kandinsky

musical, bright abstractions


De Kooning

his art wasn't peaceful or pure


Ernst


worked automatically, from his subconscious


Magritte


images that show "the world is a defiance of




common sense"


Leger



Cubist works in primary colors


Lichtenstein


large scale comic book images

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QUESTION 15: What 20th century movement patterned its imagery
after Freud's emphasis on the subconscious, the dream, and the
irrational?


Fauvism


Expressionism


Cubism


Surrealism


Photorealism

Art 3 Quiz for Unit V


ANSWER:

What 20th century movement patterned its imagery after
Freud's emphasis on the subconscious, the dream, and the irrational?


Fauvism


Expressionism


Cubism


Surrealism. Freud's work had a major impact on the Surrealist
artists, as did Dadaism's irrational play with objects out of their
original contexts.


Photorealism

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QUESTION 16: Which of these buildings was constructed to house
a collection of art?

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ANSWER:

Which of these buildings was constructed to house a
collection of art?

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QUESTION 17: Which of the following is/are correct statements?


Malevich did a painting called "White on White"


Wyeth and Escher painted realistically depicted objects
.


The Demoiselles d'Avignon was Picasso's first Cubist work


Andy Warhol said, "spiritual realities are alone valid."

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ANSWER:

Which of the following is/are correct statements?


Malevich did a painting called "White on White." It was one of
the early works of "non
-
representational" art.


Wyeth and Escher painted realistically depicted objects.
However, Wyeth's subject matter was drawn from the people and
the land he was familiar with, whereas Escher's was drawn from
his imagination.


The Demoiselles d'Avignon was Picasso's first Cubist work


Andy Warhol said, "spiritual realities are alone valid."
It was
Kandinsky, not Warhol, that made this statement.

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QUESTION 18: The Expressionists differ from the Fauves in being
generally more morbid and brooding than the Fauves.


True


False


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ANSWER:

The Expressionists differ from the Fauves in being
generally more morbid and brooding than the Fauves.


True. Most Expressionist work is psychologically troubling,
whereas most Fauve work (with the exception of Rouault's) is
more cheerful in mood.


False


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QUESTION 19: A combination of new ideas, materials and
inventions led to the development of truly modern architecture in the
late 19th and early 20th centuries.


True


False


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ANSWER:

A combination of new ideas, materials and inventions
led to the development of truly modern architecture in the late 19th
and early 20th centuries.


True. The new ideas include those of form following function
and the creation of honest architecture. The new materials include
reinforced concrete and steel. The new inventions include the
elevator and modular approaches to architecture.


False


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QUESTION 20: Which Expressionist artist dwelt on the themes of
death, sex, and alienation?


Kandinsky


De Kooning


Munch


Pollock


Kollwitz

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ANSWER:

Which Expressionist artist dwelt on the themes of death,
sex, and alienation?


Kandinsky


De Kooning


Munch


Pollock


Kollwitz